In this short video, I explain the difference between empathy and sympathy and why it even matters.
When couples come to counseling, it is usually because they feel distant and disconnected from each other and don't know how to find their way out. If you feel that your best efforts at repairing things have left you still feeling angry, hurt, and alone, counseling can help.
As a Relationship and Emotional Wellness Expert, Kim Blackham, LMFT, has spent years helping individuals, couples, and families develop healthy and connected relationship, heal past hurts, reduce shame, and find joy.
Each of us struggle with our own personal challenges, but we often believe we have to be strong and pretend everything is fine when it really isn’t. Therapy can help you find greater peace and genuine contentment as well as help you improve your relationships.
Often, the challenges we face are exacerbated by feeling that we are the only ones who struggle and no one else should know. I invite you to increase your resilience to shame and isolation as you share in Stories of Strength.
“We have had many trials in our marriage that have almost led to divorce. We’ve been to marriage counseling and individual counseling over the years to try to help things get better. But it was not until we started seeing Kim that we felt like there was hope."
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